This cozy and charming apartment is located in the lively and trendy Bairro Alto in a building dating from the eighteenth century. Here you can really feel at home, the apartment contains some of the owner´s personal items such as Cd's and DVD´s collections for your full entretainement. The Apartment has a maximum capacity for 3 persons: two in the bedroom double bed and another one in the bed set on the living room! The bricked wall and the wooden cage, an engineering system used in the buildings in Lisbon after the big earthquake in 1755, give this flat a unique charm! The apartment is very bright boasting views over the Bairro Alto rooftops and the river Tejo! Fully equipped kitchen, ready to cook home made meals. Towels and linens at your disposal are included in the price and wireless internet as well.
Location: Bairro Alto
Sleep: 1 double bed, 1 single bed
Towels and Linen: Provided
Capacity: 3 people
Floor: 3th, no elevator
Internet: Yes (Wireless)
Air Conditioning: No
Chest of Drawers
Cable TV with foreign channels
Dinning Table for four
DVD´s and CD´s Colections
First Aid Kit
Iron and Ironing Board
All domestic appliances to cook and eat
Rua da Rosa is the name of this street, a lively street situated in the trendy and vibrant Bairro Alto. If you are looking for nightlife fun, this is the place to be. In this quarter full of narrow streets, local grocery stores and old Portuguese taverns live side by side with fashion shops and trendy bars and clubs. Restaurants varying from traditional and cheap Portuguese tascas to purveyors of sophisticated cosmopolitan cuisine can be found at every corner, not to mention the Fado-Houses Restaurants.
For your daily needs supermarkets and grocery stores are also at a walking distance.
In Bairro Alto you are at a walking distance to a wealth of attractions such as the Bica Funicular, The Santa Catarina Belvedere, São Pedro de Alcantra viewpoint considered to be the best balcony of Lisbon. The Elegant and sophisticated neighborhood of Chiado is side by side with Bairro Alto.
Also side by side with Bairro Alto but on the opposite side from Chiado is Principe Real neighborhood. It´s not so touristic but deserves a visit, beeing famous for its exotic Gardens and Antique Shops.
The Famous Tram nº28 runs in between Bairro Alto and Bica. A ride in this tram and you will be exploring the most picturesque neighborhoods of the city.
The area is also well served with public transportation. Trams and buses run every minute. A metro station is about 5 minutes walking in Chiado, from where you can explore the rest of the city. There are also 24H taxi stands in Chiado. Rossio Train Station is 5 minutes walking if you step down the Escadinhas do Duque. Here you can take a train to the fairy tale village of Sintra.